I like the fact that this song grabs you right
out of the gate. The harmonies are a wonderful edition. The production
is smooth and flows very well. An overall good job.
East Peoria, Illinois
High octane song.
Yes - finally a song that has legs. Drums are
great. Vocals are first rate. The song sounds oddly enough like
a Cat Stevens type of song. Something up lifting about the lyrics.
There it is you both sing about God. Well this being Sunday you
win your round. One last note the whole band has talent. Keep rocking,
in these times.
So much to be thankful for!
The Lyrics are great. The beat is great. A bit
old fashion, but that is just what I like. I don't think you sound
like anyone else. Your sound is clean and refreshing. You sound
like you believe what you are saying. I would recommend you to others...
Mokelumne Hill, California
Wanna feel good.
Good job in the studio!I liked that vocal man!
You sound like an old friend of mine from the 80s 'REFUGE'.
Any praise to God songs are welcome in my library,
YOU WILL GO ON MY WISH LIST FOR SURE. Good luck and God bless you.
This is fun and positive sounding.
I like the feel of the drums, and the tone sounds
natural, the fills seem to come naturally too. I'm getting the kick
drum just fine, although you know its hard to tell with a Real
file and computer speakers. I think the production is judicious,
not overproduced, but just enough to make it interesting. The background
vocals, in fact all the vocals seem well-recorded and natural. As
far as who this group sound like, I guess it could be my lack of
sophistication, but to me they dont sound like anyone I've ever
heard, so I guess thats good.
The drums seem to fit the upbeat mood well. The
mix seems quite even. The lyrics are positive. This song reminds
me of 70's am radio.
Did I hear piano?
Your harmonies are great. Was it 2 part or 3
part? Guitar is crisp. Sometimes the drums seem a little far back
in the mix, but they sound good. I like your lyrics :-) I think
your production seems pretty good. Did I hear piano a couple of
times? As far as who you sound like? To me, a little like James
Taylor. Best wishes on your continued success.
Beech Grove, Indiana
Is CCM listening?
Hmmm. Where do I begin? This sounds like a song
destined for CCM radio. Ultra clean and bright production combined
perhaps with the best sounding digital percussion* Ive heard in
a long while*(I don't claim to be infallible, so if the drums were
real, I apoligize! Good sound either way.) This song would be popular
in the right place at the right time- its very upbeat and inspirational
in its approach which sounds natural in the performance and recording,
Perfect for a laid-back worship service or christian music festival.
With that said it didn't strike me as extremely accessible message
or style wise BUT Personal preferences aside- and as far as 'who
you sound like', I felt the the song is reminiscent of Michael W.
Smith's songwriting with a dash of an early Bare Naked Ladies acoustic
sound (ala 'Gordon'). This is a very appropriate song for the right
audience. Not my cup of tea style or direction wise, but not bad
at all. God Bless, and keep up the good work.
Sioux City, Iowa
classic song writing and hooks ... good band
... production sounds good to me and so do the drums ... you guys
sound like just about any classic country rock act that comes to
mind ... good luck